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Who Dares Wins: Special Forces Heroes of the SAS.

Who Dares Wins: Special Forces Heroes of the SAS

Pete Scholey

Osprey Publishing

443 Park Avenue South, Suite 806, New York NY 10016

9781846033117, $24.95 www.ospreypublishing.com

The history of Britain's SAS provides fine stories in a new memoir of a 20-year SAS veteran who served in some of the world's most dangerous areas from 1963-83. His memory recounts remarkable soldiers, missions, and many names of those who have died in obscurity, unheralded for their bravery and achievements. Any military history library will find this survey of SAS heroes to be both inviting and absorbing.
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